Transitions: Life’s Bridges – by Brian Escobar

Change, Dearest of All My Friends.
If there is one thing that life has taught me it’s that it seems to flow best for those who make friends with change. In a world where the only sure constant is the ever fluctuating dance between push and pull, it’s apparent that learning to ride the wave would certainly be a valuable asset in our evolutionary process.

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The Art of Harmony – by Brian Escobar

They say we come from and are made of the very jewels that adorn the night sky, which group together as if by design to paint pictures and tell stories. And, like the stars, It is natural for us to harmonize with nature, being one with it in such a way that we fit into the whole like a missing puzzle piece, completing a bigger picture.

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Everything Is a Sign – by Brian Escobar

Random Or On Purpose?

Do you hear the bird chirping in the background, singing the soundtrack to your life? Did you read what it said on that person’s shirt who just walked by? 
What about the song playing on the radio when you turned on your car, or the person who cut you off when you ran into traffic? Random? On purpose? 

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The Inner Spark – by Brian Escobar

There are those things in life which we just feel so inclined to do, regardless of being able to see the light at the end of that tunnel, but nonetheless we persevere and keep chipping away at the marble until the angel is freed. People will ask why, and sometimes so will we, but often the heart knows before the mind can fully understand.

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The Initiation of Power – by Brian Escobar


When it comes to succeeding in anything, the most important thing we can ever do is just start. This process of balancing the Divine Masculine aspect of our psyche has to do with being able to initiate. Whether it’s a change in our life, conquering a fear, or making a decision, developing this quality teaches one to be consistent and trustworthy.

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Let There Be Light – by Brian Escobar

The other day, while binge-watching holiday movie specials on TV, I came across one of my all time favorite films – Harry Potter. It had been a while since I last saw it but this time around I was looking at it with a different perspective. For example, It came to my attention that with the wave of a wand and some words that rhymed, the witches and wizards could make magic despite space and time. The only real thing they needed was a clear, strong intention and some sort of physical movement or symbol to represent it. Sometimes it would be dangerous situations that would bring out their best, but so long as they were confident in what they were doing, it didn’t matter if it looked perfect.

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Pain Vs. Passion – by Brian Escobar

They say that necessity is the mother of all invention, but I have come to learn that is only half-true. The way I see it you can get to the same place traveling the road of passion without having to reach the point of necessity or suffering. When it comes to Pain vs. Passion, you can either hit rock bottom to wake up your genius or you can just follow your heart.

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Engage the New Age – by Brian Escobar

A Call To Action

You can stand from a distance and look at it, but the key to going higher is to get up close and personal with it.
We are both observer and creator, space and the objects in it, and embracing both aspects is the key to being balanced. Instead of just being the observer staring at your reality, do something with it; play with it while still being the observer.  Life’s greatest gift is that it is inherently meaningless – a tabula rasa.

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Don’t Ask. Act – by Brian Escobar


Before asking is deciding.
 You are the magician and the waving of your wand is the symbolic representation of casting the vote for your preference. Upon the realization of what you want is the very moment that the universe conspires to bring it about, meaning that the core of your power simply lies in your next choice.

What do you choose to believe you can experience? What do you choose to allow? Resistance and relief are both choices and when you consistently choose relief during moments of resistance, that is healing.

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Bridging the Gap – by Brian Escobar

A bridge is a structure that carries a path across an obstacle, connecting two separate bodies allowing the transfer of energy between these entities.
Within our society one of the gaps to be bridged is the separation between the older and younger generations that I think art can be a bridge for.

It is natural for groups of people to want to organize themselves into hierarchies, especially in places like schools. But this kind of linear social structure

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